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Naming Rights for FAU's New Stadium Sold to Prison Privatization Firm

Maybe CSU can talk this guy into throwing some of that prison cash their way, too.... Florida Atlantic is expected on Tuesday to finalize a deal with The GEO Group that includes naming rights for the football stadium, sources have told The deal is believed to be valued at around $5 million, though the term of the contract is not yet known. The GEO Group is a leader in privatizing correctional facilities.

Man Has Alarming Level Of Pride In Institution That Left Him $50,000 In Debt, Inadequately Prepared For Job Market

Couldn't resist posting this... JACKSONVILLE, FL—Calling his college experience "the greatest four years of [his] life," 27-year-old University of Miami alumnus Mark Felder maintains a startling level of pride in his alma mater, a private academic institution that left him $50,000 in debt and completely unprepared for the current job market, sources confirmed Tuesday. Felder, who graduated in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in communications, reportedly exhibits a remarkable amount of devotion to the school that led him to flounder both professionally and financially, claiming that attending the university was "the best decision [he] ever made."

State of our FB program depicted in MS paint

This site is pretty damn hilarious (unless you're an Aggy). Not as funny when the Buffs are featured, but we definitely earned it this week.

Coaches Week Video

Great video by BuffVision of the football team's conditioning workouts.

Embree out to restore bragging rights for Buffs

Nothing really new here, but Rivals published a good article about Embree today.

Passing along open letter from Nate Solder to CU fans

From today's Denver Post: To the Colorado student body, alumni, and Buffs fans everywhere: Despite some trying times on the gridiron, my time here at Colorado has been fantastic. I have enjoyed three memorable victories over our arch-rival in the Rocky Mountain Showdown and relished triumphs over perennial powerhouses like Georgia, West Virginia, and Oklahoma. Most of all though, I will never forget the friends that I’ve met and the lessons that I have learned during my time here. Your support and encouragement have been amazing, and I can never thank you enough for allowing me the privilege to represent this fine university, both on and off the football field. While our team may have fallen short of reaching a bowl game these past few years, it was not for lack of effort, or heart, or leadership. We gave our best every day, and I leave here with the knowledge and confidence that my teammates will deliver a bright future for you in the new athletic conference that awaits us. Believe me, I can’t wait for us to beat the Cornhuskers in the Rose Bowl soon enough. I leave Boulder with a heavy heart, but the great times I experienced here will never be forgotten. I am a Colorado Man through and through and a forever Buff. Thanks for everything. Go Buffs, Nate Solder

Colorado quarterback recruit Brock Berglund sticking with Buffs

Colorado's top football recruit of the 2011 class is holding firm to his commitment in the wake of Dan Hawkins' firing. Brock Berglund, a quarterback out of Valor Christian High School in Highlands Ranch, released a statement Wednesday afternoon saying he remains "as committed as ever to the football program at the University of Colorado."


Harris-Tunks Out for the Year

It looks like some of the bad luck that's haunted our football team for the past 5+ years is spilling over into the basketball program. From University of Colorado sophomore...


Cal to Cut Five Intercollegiate Teams

There's been a lot of talk lately amongst Buffs fans about potentially adding sports to better align with our new Pac-12 brethren, so I thought it was interesting to see that Cal today announced...

CU faculty working to give student athletes more academic support

Just heard an interesting interview on Colorado Public Radio with David Clough, CU's Faculty Athletic Representative. He talks about the recent penalties the football and basketball teams got and what they're doing to avoid that in the future. Best part is at the end when he talks about wanting to see us beat CSU next month -- sounds like faculty support for athletics is increasing.

Lynn Katoa arrested after headbutting Aric Goodman

Lynn Katoa is in trouble with the law again, this time for headbutting former teammate Aric Goodman outside a Boulder bar. Sad to see Katoa continuing to self destruct. Almost equally sad to imagine what a head injury will do to Goodman's already suspect FG accuracy.

Brock Berglund Commits to CU

According to the commit listing on Scout, Brock Berglund gave a verbal to the Buffs yesterday. Great news if this is true -- Berglund is one of the top in-state prospects and a highly rated QB.


Dan Hawkins to Answer Questions from Fans

Apparently Dan Hawkins will be featured in the next installment of the Fan Mail feature in the Denver Post, so think up some good questions and fire away! It'd be great to see fans fill up the...

CSU junior off to Mexico for rock, paper, scissors tourney

Yes, that's the actual title of a story on the Denver Post website. Insert your own joke about CSU athletics here...

Irish snag four-star athlete Spond

Colorado athlete Danny Spond has committed to Notre Dame, following an official visit to South Bend this past weekend. One of the top athletes in the nation, Spond is a four-star recruit according to and is one of the most exciting players to hail from Colorado in recent years. Spond has the versatility and frame to project as a linebacker, tight end, wide receiver or even potentially grow into a pass-rushing defensive end.


Another one bites the dust

According to Scout and Buffzone, OLB Joe Hemschoot from Lakewood, CO has committed to Stanford over CU and Oregon. He chose Stanford over the Buffs and Oregon after a whirlwind two months in which...


Vote for Jenny Barringer

CU's Jenny Barringer is up for what seems to be a pretty prestigious track and field award called The Bowerman, which is awarded to the top male and female collegiate track and field athletes. ...

CU hoops loses Shannon Sharpe for season

Incoming freshman guard Shannon Sharpe will have mircofracture surgery and will miss the entire season, Colorado men's basketball coach Jeff Bzdelik announced today. Sharpe injured his left knee during preseason workouts and will undergo the procedure Thursday morning. The time frame for recovery will not be determined until after surgery. The 6-foot-1, 200-pound guard from Corona, Calif., is one of four true freshmen on the 2009-10 roster.


CU fights anonymous bashing with press-pass policy

Interesting article on Westword today about CU's bunker mentality regarding press access to the team. According to Dave Plati, CU's director of sports information, the university will not provide...


Toney Clemons picks CU!

Not unexpected, but it's still nice to get some good news during the off months. Via Kyle Ringo and BuffZone: Former Michigan wide receiver Toney Clemons has informed Colorado football coaches...

Denver Post: Freshman Guard Ryan Kelley Leaving CU Hoops Team

Freshman guard Ryan Kelley will transfer out of the Colorado men's basketball program, Buffaloes coach Jeff Bzdelik confirmed today. Kelley, 6-feet-2 and 185 pounds, played in 17 games, averaging 2.6 points and 5.5 minutes, with no starts. His high game was 19 points at Missouri on Jan. 14 - the only time that he reached double figures. A native of Covina, Calif., Kelley played high school basketball at Diamond Ranch in Pomona. He is the nephew of former CU star Vince Kelley, who scored 1,180 points from 1980-84. "Ryan wants to seek a situation that will allow him to expand his role as a player," Bzdelik said. "He is a terrific young man and an excellent student. We wish him the very best." Kelley's departure will allow Bzdelik to add two players during the spring signing period, which begins Wednesday. The Buffs have an oral commitment from 6-0 point guard Shannon Sharpe of Centennial High in Corona, Calif. Colorado also seeks an athletic forward with rebounding skills. Marcus Relphorde (6-7) of Indian Hills (Junior) College in Ottumwa, Iowa, is known to be a target. Relphorde, from the Chicago area, began his college career at Saint Louis University. He would have two years of eligibility at CU. He reportedly also is considering Wisconsin and Arkansas. Colorado signed three players during the early signing period in November: 6-11 Shane Harris-Tunks from Australia; 6-6 Keegan Hornbuckle of Los Angeles and 6-5 Alec Burks of Grandview (Mo.) in the Kansas City area.


Another ACL Tear for Max Tuioti-Mariner

I guess I went to bed a bit to early last night.  Nice work by HighlandsBuff to get this fanpost up on the board.  Not the kind of news I wanted to start my day to... - Woodrow More bad news for...

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